Design: French Mali Invasion Spills into Algeria
By Tony Cartalucci
January 17, 2013 "Information
- Exactly as predicted, the ongoing French
"intervention" in the North African nation of Mali has
spilled into Algeria - the next most likely objective of
Western geopolitical interests in the region since the
successful destabilization of Libya in 2011.
In last week's "France
Displays Unhinged Hypocrisy as Bombs Fall on Mali"
report, it was stated specifically that:
And thanks to NATO, that is exactly what Libya has
a Western sponsored sanctuary for Al-Qaeda. AQIM's
headway in northern Mali and now French involvement will
see the conflict inevitably spill over into Algeria. It
should be noted that Riedel is a co-author of "Which
Path to Persia?" which openly conspires to arm yet
US State Department-listed terrorist organization (list
as #28), the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) to wreak havoc
across Iran and help collapse the government there -
illustrating a pattern of using clearly terroristic
organizations, even those listed as so by the US State
Department, to carry out US foreign policy."
it is reported that "Al Qaeda-linked" terrorists have seized
American hostages in Algeria in what is being described by
the Western press as "spill over" from France's Mali
The Washington Post, in their article, "Al-Qaida-linked
militants seize BP complex in Algeria, take hostages in
revenge for Mali," claims:
"As Algerian army helicopters clattered overhead deep in
the Sahara desert, Islamist militants hunkered down for
the night in a natural gas complex they had assaulted
Wednesday morning, killing two people and taking dozens
of foreigners hostage in what could be the first
spillover from France’s intervention in Mali."
Wall Street Journal, in its article, "Militants
Grab U.S. Hostages in Algeria," reports that:
"Militants with possible links to al Qaeda seized about
40 foreign hostages, including several Americans, at a
natural-gas field in Algeria, posing a new level of
threat to nations trying to blunt the growing influence
of Islamist extremists in Africa.
security officials in the U.S. and Europe assessed
options to reach the captives from distant bases,
Algerian security forces failed in an attempt late
Wednesday to storm the facility."
WSJ also added:
"Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said the U.S. would take
"necessary and proper steps" in the hostage situation,
and didn't rule out military action. He said the Algeria
attack could represent a spillover from Mali."
is military action, both covert and incrementally more
overt, that will see the West's extremist proxies and the
West's faux efforts to stem them, increasingly creep over
the Mali-Algerian border, as the old imperial maps of Europe
are redrawn right before our eyes.
French Empire at its height right before the World Wars.
The regions that are now Libya, Algeria, Mali, and the Ivory
Coast all face reconquest by the French and Anglo-Americans,
with French troops literally occupying the region and
playing a pivotal role in installing Western-friendly client
regimes. Also notice Syria too, was a French holding - now
under attack by US-British-French funded, armed, and backed
terrorists - the same terrorists allegedly being fought in
Mali and now Algeria.
these very same terrorist forces continue to receive
funding, arms, covert military support, and diplomatic
recognition in Syria, by NATO, and specifically the US and
France who are both claiming to fight the "Free Syrian
Army's" ideological and very literal allies in North Africa.
In reality, Al Qaeda is allowing the US and France to
intervene and interfere in Algeria, after attempts in 2011
to trigger political subversion was soundly defeated by the
Algerian government. Al Qaeda is essentially both a casus
belli and mercenary force, deployed by the West against
targeted nations. It is clear that French operations seek to
trigger armed conflict in Algeria as well as a possible
Western military intervention there as well, with the Mali
conflict serving only as a pretense.
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